The successor of LG V30 will not be called as LG V40 as the South Korean smartphone giant is deviating from a usual naming convention. Instead of launching two flagship phones a year, there might be just one LG flagship phone and the LG Judy is set to replace the LG G7.
With demanding customers, LG is feeling the heat. The manufacturer is turning its smartphone business upside down. Infact, the company might not launch any phone flagship phone at Mobile World Congress (MWC 2018), infact it will be a revised V30 enhanced with Artificial Intelligence, which looks faded in front of smartphones like Galaxy S9, Sony Xperia XZ2, HTC U12 and Huawei P20 or P11.
According to EVLeaks, the popular leakster, LG is working on a smartphone with code name as Judy. According to sources, the smartphone appears to be in a new design and it will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC, the chipset which powers all the flagship smartphones in 2018. It’s coupled with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB inbuilt storage capacity.
Instead of option with the proprietary P-OLED display, the company might go with a MLCD+ display. So is it a set back to P-OLED displays in smartphones and smartwatches?
LG Judy Release Date
The LG Judy is equipped with a dual camera with a sensor with 16 mega pixel resolution and f/1.6 aperture and good front-facing camera. It has everything else that a high-end flagship phone needs this year.